By a certain age, the majority of people have figured out how to read the positioning of the analog timepiece. The Peaclock has no numbers to indicate the particular hour of the day; however, the time-telling beginner can decipher the device in an unexpected manner.
David Olschewski made the face of this wall clock to look like a shiny porcelain dinner plate. Wooden hands pivot from the center, loosely resembling crisscrossing chopsticks. Where one might expect to see some sort of markings or numerals, the Peaclock serves up something that's more visually scrumptious. Around the edge of the dish are green peas, arranged in groups of 1 to 12 and able to be counted. This chronograph would be a delightful and delicious addition to your kitchen decor.
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